Politics & Government

June 4, 2014 8:18 PM

Headding awaits final vote count on Morro Bay council seat

John Headding did some calculations the day after Tuesday’s primary and figured he needs 426 more votes to win a seat on the Morro Bay City Council and avoid going to a Nov. 4 runoff. He may find out as soon as Thursday if he’s got those votes.

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